VISUAL ARTS | At the Bockley Gallery, artists explore the "Edge of Camp"

Andrew Mazorol and Tynan Kerr, Edge of Camp, 2012, 48 x 64 inches, mixed media on canvas. All images courtesy Bockley Gallery.

Edge of Camp, an Aboriginal-influenced mixed-media work by Andrew Mazarol and Tynan Kerr, was the inspiration for an eponymous exhibit at the Bockley Gallery; the multi-media show includes the work of eight artists from the region, all exploring personal narratives. The exhibit opens with a reception on January 18 and will be on display through February 23. Four works included in the show are depicted below.

Edge of Camp Bockley Gallery

Jim Proctor, nubbybristlynut

Bockley Gallery Edge of Camp

Dietrich Sieling, Little Boy Markus on the Rocking Chair, 2012, 20 x 16 inches, scarchboard

Bockley Gallery Edge of Camp

Jim Proctor, Hairy Maple Seeds, 2012, 5 x 4 x .5 inches, maple seeds, catalpa seed hair

Bockley Gallery Edge of Camp

Korla Luceroth, untitled, 2012, 12 x 12 x 10 inches, ceramic

TCDP TOP PICK | "Edge of Camp" at the Bockley Gallery

01/18/2013 (All day) - 02/23/2013 (All day)

TCDP TOP PICK: The Bockley Gallery is one of the Twin Cities' most consistently interesting art spaces, presenting wry and striking works by contemporary artists. The group show Edge of Camp, opening with a reception on January 18, is sure to offer lots of eye candy and food for thought. - Jay Gabler

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    Jay Gabler (@JayGabler) is a digital producer at The Current and Classical MPR. He was arts editor at the Twin Cities Daily Planet from 2007-2013.